Near the clocktower in central Ujjain, a green neon palm tree stands amidst the whirling traffic.
This minimally tree-shaped fountain is part of a water fountain at the centre of the world, Mahakaleshwar.
At the busy and crowded riverbanks in Ujjain, three trees grow dramatically together.
In the holy city of Ujjain, the centerpoint of the Hindu study of the stars, a neem tree is prominent at the Jantar Mantar solar observatory, one of five astronomical installations throughout India established by Man Singh.
At the Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain, the centre of the world and the site of a Jyotirlinga, a Vriksh Triveni is prominent in one corner- a fusion of a neem, banyan and peepal tre.
One of India’s most sacred trees, this isolated fragment stem of a once-larger banyan (Vat) marks the straight (Siddha) path.